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Advances in spatial reasoning

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Published by Ablex Pub. Corp. in Norwood, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Artificial intelligence.,
  • Reasoning.,
  • Space perception.,
  • Knowledge representation (Information theory)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    Statementedited by Su-shing Chen.
    ContributionsChen, Su-shing.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ335 .A39 1990
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 v. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1600564M
    ISBN 100893915726, 0893915734
    LC Control Number91135410

    Older kids can handle more complex maps, and they benefit from structured mapping activities, especially ones that require them to explain their choices. One way to improve conceptual understanding is to increase the exposure of problem-solving tasks involving nontraditional equations. Run-Length Code. Mental spatial transformations in and month-old infants: effects of action and observational experience.

    Developing both skills is a powerful way to connect back to the bigger idea of conceptual understanding for relational thinking, spatial reasoning, and equivalence [ 3738 ]. J Res Sci Teach. Concluding Remarks. Teachers use the five elements of the DMT to develop more efficient strategies and multiple models for solutions to mathematical problems. Students first demonstrate their thinking using unifix cubes, followed by drawing an iconic bar model to match their unifix cubes model.

    Medical doctors must be able to interpret X-ray images and other scans. According to Bruner [ 2 ], students access their background knowledge of the representations to help make connections when the abstract symbols are isolated from other contexts. The EIS group began the study with significantly lower scores on the relational thinking subtests. The use of concrete materials in isolation does not always guarantee that students will flexibly transfer the concrete representation to the symbolic representations [ 60 ]. An Intelligent Image Database System.


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We know that. Mathematical modeling may be a key component to help students explain their thinking when representing algebraic concepts.

Spatial Reasoning

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. There were 10 teachers in the EIS treatment group and 12 teachers in the traditional comparison group. Taken all together, the results of these analyses show that scores on the relational thinking subtest scores did not differ across groups.

A two-way design was used to explore the main effects on the different treatments, EIS instruction and Traditional instruction Advances in spatial reasoning book their interactions under different conditions, pretest and posttest.

This ability can be viewed as a unique type of intelligence distinguishable from other forms of intelligence, such as verbal reasoning ability, logical reasoning ability, and memory skills.

The Pythagorean Theorem was proven using visual means more than years ago. Strategies for Visual Reasoning. Developing and applying the knowledge of relational thinking to solve mathematical equivalence problems will increase early algebraic understanding [ 41444653 ]. This strategy shows a level of relational thinking in which students use number relations to make the problem more manageable.

In another, 5-year-olds who spontaneously gestured during spatial problem-solving were more like to get the right answer Ehrlich et al The more details you can imagine in this room the better your spatial visualization skills are. Figure 2. Primary Sidebar. When children use gesturing to indicate movements of objects, their visual spatial ability also improves.

Other students were assigned to play a non-spatial computer game Solitaire.

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Dev Psychol. However, given more exposure to a variety of equations, students can become more flexible with their thinking and progress to different levels of understanding [ 40 ]. Or are they just differently orientated? Meaningful discussions about number relationships and the transferability of those ideas helps students make more mathematical generalizations [ 39 ].

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